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Upcoming Horror Movies
Anything good on the horror horizon? Let's take a look. The Evil Dead remake is nearly upon us; Bruce and Sam have given it the thumbs up so fingers crossed it's half-decent. World War Z will be a big budget zombie flick starring Brad Pitt.
Insidious: Chapter 2 is in the making which is great news because we loved Insidious. The World's End is the final part of Edgar Wright's ice cream trilogy and it re-unites Simon Pegg and Nick Frost for some pub-based apocalyptic fun. We're also keeping an eye on the Carrie remake; can it live up to the original?
5 Horror Movies Every Horror Fan Has To See
Picking the best of the best is not easy with so many good films to choose from. Here are a few essentials that every horror fan worthy of the name has to see.
Kubrick was a master of direction and The Shining was his horror masterpiece. Based on a Stephen King story and starring Jack Nicholson this is as good as it gets.
The original Night of the Living Dead is where the zombie genre clawed its way out of the earth and into our hearts. Romero's classic, made with amateur actors and filmed in black and white, is now in the public domain so you can see it for free (there is no excuse not to).
It's partly nostalgia but A Nightmare on Elm Street is still a great horror movie and it highlights Craven's talents as it introduces us to the razor fingered Freddy. Avoid the remake though, it's not good.
For anarchic, funny, manic, crazy horror you can't beat Evil Dead 2. It is one of the few films that you can watch an infinite number of times. It successfully blends horror and comedy, not an easy feat.
Halloween is the original slasher template and a masterpiece in tension from Carpenter. If you love the Friday the 13th films and every slasher that came after you have to check out the original.
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